John and Jess chat about the new young adult thriller, Divergent.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Sabotage and Noah, new Blu-rays The Wolf of Wall Street and Delivery Man, and more.
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About the Hosts:
John, Johnny, and Chris are, well, breathless about Gateway Film Center's next cinema classic, Breathless (1960), on Sunday, April 6, with optional brunch in the Torpedo Room at noon and the movie at 2 pm.
Good old-fashioned young-adult storytelling.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Muppets Most Wanted and Divergent, new Blu-rays Frozen and American Hustle, and more.
John and Helmut are pleased with Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel.
It's Wes Grand.
John and Hope try to find virtue in this Fast and Furious/Cannonball Run knockoff called Need for Speed.
It's among the best out there at a bad time of year for movies.
Formulaic video-game adaptation.
Need for Speed
Director: Scott Waugh (Act of Valor)
Screenplay: George Gatins
Cast: Aaron Paul (The Last House on the Left), Dominic Cooper (My Week with Marilyn)
Runtime: 130 min.
by John DeSando
“Those who wage war against me, shall perish. I will find strength, find guidance, and I will triumph.” Tobey Marshal (Aaron Paul)
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Need for Speed and The Single Moms Club, new Blu-rays Homefront and Inside Llewyn Davis, and more.
John and Johnny assess the work of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
A memorable coming-of-age tale set in exotic Mongolia.
John and Mark wonder at the later-career heroics of Liam Neeson in his recent actioner, Non-Stop.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases 300: Rise of an Empire and Mr. Peabody & Sherman, new Blu-rays The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and 12 Years a Slave, and more.
John and Johnny mostly agree the Academy did well with its Oscars.
A beautiful animation worthy of its Oscar nomination.
The Wind Rises
Director: Hayao Miyazaki (Howl’s Moving Castle)
Cast: voices of Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Don John), Emily Blunt Looper)
Runtime: 126 min.
"The wind is rising! We must try to live!" Paul Valery
Enjoyable actioner at a weak time of year for movies.
John and Wayne praise Omar, the dramatic telling of Israeli-Arab conflict in a robust Romeo-Juliet story nominated for an Oscar.
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Non-Stop and The Wind Rises, new Blu-rays Gravity and Thor: The Dark World, and more.